Join Manchester Day of Action – Instagram Live – Thursday, 13 October 2022

Take part in this year’s Manchester Day of Action online with Diana Gonzalez.

When Thursday, 13 October, 5pm – 6pm

Where @georges_mummy, Instagram

What you will be doing

You will create unforgettable meals for your kids, making edible famous children’s characters such as an edible Sponge Bob pizza, Ghostbusters pizza, and Minion cupcake. Family time is encouraged, so if your kids join it will be great fun!

What you will need to bring

For the class you can be in your kitchen, you can be at your dining table, or anywhere with space so you can prepare the meals.

You will need a chopping board, knife, and a plate along with the following ingredients.

Sponge bob / Ghostbusters pizza


  • Pizza base/tortilla/pitta bread
  • Pre-made tomato sauce
  • Grated cheese
  • Black or green olives
  • White onion
  • Pepperoni
  • Red pepper
  • Sweetcorn

Minions cupcakes


To save time either buy or bake plain vanilla cupcakes.

  • Chocolate spread
  • Plastic pastry bag (shape of a triangle, or an unused plastic bag)
  • Scissors
  • Spoon
  • Edible eyes, the bigger the better

Who are Georges Mummy

@georges_mummy was created in March 2020 during the first lockdown in the UK when Diana, the creator, and her British-Mexican family were visiting their relatives in Manchester. Stranded without things to entertain Diana’s 4-year-old son. Diana prepared meals for her son George, using his favourite characters in every meal. While making these meals, Diana introduced veggies and fruits to George’s diet, making not only fun but healthy meals too. Diana loved doing this for her son and has not stopped since.

With this project, @georges_mummy will deliver food made to the poorest communities in Mexico City. @georges_mummy asks those who attend this session to donate to your nearest food bank to support the SDG of “Zero Hunger”.

Thank you

By taking part in Manchester Day of Action, you are contributing to the University’s social impact. This year, Manchester maintained its position as a world-leading University for social impact, ranked ninth in the world.


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